I didn't bother photographing the BLT I had on the first morning because it was pretty much just a BLT. The rashers (almost certainly redwoods) didn't look as if they'd been cooked at all, which was a little strange.
When we returned the following afternoon we had cake, which was far more enjoyable. In fact, it was the best cake I've ever had from a cafe/restuarant/shop - up to homemade standard! :O
The banana cake (as pictured above) was really good. I could just eat a slice of that now (damn you blogspot!). I'm definitely going to have a go at making something similar when I get a chance - watch this space.
The chocolate cake was pretty good. Not on the same level as the banana, but still the best chocolate cake I've paid money for.
Infinity also have a shop on the same road, which is similar in calibre/choice/slight overpricedness to Fresh & Wild in London. They weren't stocking Go Max bars anymore (apparently they contain GM), but I picked up a few other things I don't often see, including:
- Raw cocoa butter - the first time I've ever seen it in a shop, and they had a choice!
- Cocoa nibs - not sure what to do with them yet, but thought I should probably buy them anyway
- Raw chocolate mousse - which wasn't great (not surprising as it contains moss!)
- Maverick Chocolate Honeycomb Bars - which are grim and bare no resemblance whatsoever to Crunchie bars, despite what some people online claim.
- Chelsea Buns - Not the best ever, but I'd eat again
- Focaccia - Not up to my focaccia fiend standards I'm affraid :(